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Name of organization (or department at CSU): Department of Management (1275), CSU COB
Contact person with contact information: John Macdonald
Internship / Role Description
The graduate student curriculum development position for the Management Department in the College of Business (COB) at CSU is designed as a support and creative role for the faculty member (Macdonald) 
·   The role involves helping to develop supply chain curriculum for undergraduate classes. This includes writing tests, creating activities, and building PPT decks.
·   This role starts Jan. 1, 2022 for the duration of the Spring 2022 semester.
·   Student will work about 10 hours per week.

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to creative development of:
·   Lecture material including PPT slide engineering
·   Cases. Both incorporating pre-existing cases or cases developed with a company to allow for protagonists to guest speak/interact with class. 
·   Assignments. Worksheets, handouts, problem solving, etc. 
·   Tests. Creating a bank of test questions: MC, short answer, and essay
·   Textbook options. Investigate existing textbooks to determine material availability
·   Signature Experiences / Activities. Tours, hands-on in- or out-of-class experiences, study abroad development
·   Simulations. Locating or creating simulations focused on sustainability for learning. 
·   Workshops. Design thinking workshop focused on problem identification / blue ocean solution development

Required Skills
·   Strong time management and organizational skills (for activity and meeting planning).
·   Ability to engineer PPT slides.
·   Proficient with Microsoft Excel.   
·   Graduate student level required to be able to develop undergraduate-level curriculum

Preferred Skills
·   Students interested in Supply Chain Management preferred.
·   Ability to synthesize existing information and develop new resources.
·   Excellent communication skills, including writing.
·   Prioritize responsibilities to meet deadlines with successful completion of work.
Are there any courses you would like the student to have completed? No.

Paid or not? If paid, how much? Yes, $14.87/hour. All employees start at this rate.
Number of positions: 2
Start date: Jan. 1, 2022
Who will be supervising/mentoring the student? John Macdonald (Supply Chain Management)

Benefit Information: Employee benefit information can be found on HR’s Website at

Background Check Language: Colorado State University may conduct background checks on final candidates.